Reviews

  • Bastille at Stylus, Leeds University

    Bastille at Stylus, Leeds University

    Bastille have shot to success recently with their debut album, Bad Blood, going to number one in its first week of release and their surprising chart battle against none other […]

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  • Review of Twelfth Night

    Review of Twelfth Night

    “If music be the food of love, play on”. Twelfth Night has to be one of Shakespeare’s best loved comedies. The Apollo theatre in London is currently host to a […]

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  • Fiona Apple – Tidal

    Fiona Apple – Tidal

    Tidal is the first album of Fiona Apple, a talented singer-songwriter who, following her debut, has released albums of critical and commercial acclaim. This album whilst not her best remains […]

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  • New album Babel, released 2012

    Mighty Mumford Impress Again

    As Mumford and Sons prepare to make their much anticipated comeback, it seems like centuries since their debut album ‘Sigh no More’. This international tour of arenas is a far […]

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  • The Twilight Saga: Is it really over?

    The Twilight Saga: Is it really over?

    Unless you live under a rock, or avoid Facebook and teenage girls all together you may be blissfully un-aware of the Twilight phenomenon, it began with four books that spawned […]

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  • Its all about Leeds – Eagulls Gig Review

    Its all about Leeds – Eagulls Gig Review

    Despite an impromptu change of venue and a little panic, we made it to the Nation of Shopkeepers, after a very well-anticipated Eagulls gig, with support band Drenge. Initially, I […]

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  • Taylor Swift’s Red

    Taylor Swift’s Red

    For the die-hard Swiftie’s, the release of Speak Now in 2010 seems like too long to wait for the next Taylor Swift instalment. The long awaited self-titled album Red came […]

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  • Young Adult Novels: A Cliché?

    Young Adult Novels: A Cliché?

    Young Adult novels have had their fair share of slander over the years, but should a novel aimed a specific audience really be disregarded because of said audience? I’m not […]

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  • Gaz Coombes Live in Leeds

    Gaz Coombes Live in Leeds

    On Saturday night, I along with many other Supergrass fans saw the bands former front-man Gaz Coombes perform solo at the Brudnell Social Club in Leeds. The new material, from […]

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  • The Casual Vacancy –  A Review

    The Casual Vacancy – A Review

    I, like so many others, had a major part of my childhood shaped by the world J.K. Rowling had created. I grew up with seven books and eight films (plus […]

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